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Featured Aircraft – Beechcraft Corp. 390 (Premier I and IA)

Posted March 18, 2016

Brief History The Beechcraft Corp. Premier I was introduced into production in 2001 when it gained FAA certification, and was the first light jet aircraft for the company. It was marketed as the first composite fuselage business jet to gain such certification, and was also the first business jet from the Beechcraft with a clean […]

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Featured Aircraft – Beechjet 400A / Hawker 400XP

Posted January 29, 2016

Brief History The Beechjet first came into business aviation when Beechcraft purchased the design of the Diamond II from Mitsubishi.  The Beechjet 400A started production in 1989 and was first certified in early 1990; over the following 23 years 353 aircraft were produced. The aircraft was an improvement of the Diamond II in Avionics, Engines, […]

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Featured Aircraft – Hawker 900XP

Posted November 4, 2015

Brief History The Hawker 900XP was introduced into production in 2008, and was a derivative off of the successful midsize Hawker 800XP/ 850XP, both aircraft are based on the original Hawker HS125-1.  The 900XP is a re-engineered enhanced version of the 850XP, building off of the foundations that made the 850XP successful, including fuel efficiency, […]

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Featured Aircraft – Citation X 750

Posted September 30, 2015

  Brief History The Citation X was introduced into production in late 1996 and was produced through 2012.  Over those 16 years Cessna produced 313 aircraft. When Cessna announced their plans for the Citation X there was a growing excitement around the business aviation community.  Cessna was planning to release the fastest mid-sized cabin jet […]

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Hatt & Associates Company History – The Beginning of a New Era

Posted August 27, 2015

The Beginning of Hatt & Associates Upon his recent departure from Sojourn, Brad began considering how he would leave a lasting legacy for both his children and the business that became his life’s work.  The answer, in short, was to use his namesake, which had come to represent hard work and respect in business aviation, […]

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